Sydney Removalist

How do we aim to be the removalists Sydney chooses? Service and price.

We’ve scoured the marketing and there isn’t a company offering AFRA accredited removal services that Sydney needs at a better price. We charge by the minute, not the hour or even the half hour. If we finish up forty-five minutes early, you don’t pay for those forty-five minutes. Simple!

Second, and just as important, we offer more than just picking up boxes and moving them. We can be as full service as you need. All of our workers are friendly, polite and professional. They’ll answer your questions and always do their best to help you with any request or sudden need.

Need extra moving boxes? Order now, or we’ll bring a few extra on the day.

Need temporary storage space? As part of moving Sydney homes or getting you from some other point in Australia into Sydney, we can store your extra stuff on a weekly basis – not monthly. That saves you stress and money.

Whatever else you might need, just ask – we offer a lot of extra services designed to help our customers get through a house removal as stress-free as possible.

And finally, we’ve trained our workers to be good citizens of the world as well as the sort of expert removalists Sydney needs. We’re certified Female Friendly and are accredited by AFRA, so you have peace of mind moving with a reputable and reliable company.

Customer Reviews

Alice moved from Darlinghurst to Marrickville

Hi, My name’s Alice.  I recommend Citymove, they did a beautiful job, today. Very efficient and friendly and careful. Thanks!

Kristie moved from Balgowla to Beacon Hill

Hi, My name’s Kristie. We just did a big move from Balgowla to Beacon Hill. We used Citymove, they were fabulous. They got here on time, and everything arrived in one piece – nothing was broken. And I would highly recommend them!

Moving a big house

Citymove, they were good. Lots of contact beforehand and told me what time they would be there. They were on-time, they were actually early. Everyone was very efficient, definitely very fit, as I’ve got a lot of stuff so that was important. It was no problem, anything I wanted to be moved, could be moved, and that’s nice. It was all taken care of, and that’s what you need when you’re moving house – especially a big house.

Fun Facts about Sydney

  • Australia phased out the 1 and 2 cent coins in 1991, only to melt them down less than a decade later and use them in the Sydney 2000 Olympics for the Bronze Medals.
  • Every year at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, an event called the “Pied Piper Duck Fashion Show” is held. And yes, it’s a fashion show for ducks…
  • More than 3000 movies have been filmed (wholly or in part) in Sydney, according to IMDb.
  • Sydney has the third largest fish market in the world (volume) and second largest for variety.
  • There are around 15,000 trees in Centennial Parklands (Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park).

sydney highlights

Living in Sydney

Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour

Sydney is an important hub within the Asia Pacific region and is the financial centre of the Australian economy. It is considered to be one of the top 10 “cities of opportunity” and seventh in the world in quality of living, according to a recent PWC report.

It is Australia’s largest city, topping the 5 million mark in 2016 at 5,005,400 over 400km2.  It is also home to the largest natural harbour in the world.

More densely populated than Melbourne, Sydney is the place of the first European settlement in Australia. As such, it is rich with historical buildings and a magnet for tourism.

In addition to hosting the 2000 Olympics and Paralympics, the city annually hosts a number of festivals and events attracting people from around the world including the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Sydney Film Festival and the City 2 Surf, to name just a few.

Sydney property price graph

Source: Domain Group

Housing in Sydney is the most expensive of anywhere in Australia, with a median house price of $1,123,991 and unit median house price of $711,256.

Sydneysiders enjoy a temperate climate, with summer daytime temperatures in January of averaging 26°C and July around 8°C. With a healthy 1.2m of rainfall per year, the city has fewer purely sunny days than some of the other capital cities of just 104 days per year.

 

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